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  • 03 Mar 16
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Artists Talk: Black History Month 2016

    Artists Talk: Black History Month 2016 During the month of February, we reached out to artists from the current exhibit- Invitational 2016, featuring almost 50 works by 22 African-American artists from across the state of North Carolina- and asked them key questions surrounding Art and Black Culture. We wanted to explore their views on the […]

  • 03 Mar 16
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Artist Talk: Cornell Jones

    CORNELL JONES Works during the Invitational 2016 include Temple (2014, 17 ½ in x 11 1/2 in, mixed media collage, $375), Rise (2014, 9.5 in x 16 in, mixed media collage- mulberry paper, watercolor, marker, cut paper- $250), and In Us (2014, 18 in x 8.5 in, mixed media collage- mulberry paper, watercolor, cut paper- $250) 1. […]

  • 28 Feb 16
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Artist Talk: Donald Sawyer, Jr.

    DONALD SAWYER, JR. Works during the Invitational 2016 include  Raggedy Ann (2015, oil & acrylic on wood panel, 32″x48″, $800) and RIP Trayvon (2015, oil on canvas, 30″x30″, $400) Tell us about yourself. Who you are and what you do? What’s your background? How do you identify; is cultural identity at the front of your work/process? I am […]

  • 28 Feb 16
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Artist Talk: Pamela Cola

    PAMELA COLA Works during the Invitational 2016 include Contemplation (2015, 11″x15″  Gouache, acrylic & gold leaf on archival paper, $290), In the garden of good & evil (2015,  6″x8.5″  Mixed media – acrylic & vintage paper on archival paper, $185), and The lady wore pearls (2015, 22″x11″ Gouache, acrylic, vintage paper & acrylic on archival paper, $395). Tell us about yourself. […]

  • 28 Feb 16
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Artist Talk: George Steele

    GEORGE STEELE Works from the Invitational 2016 include Buffalo Riders (2015, 12 in X 36 in, acrylic on canvas, $900) and The Last Exodus (2015, 16 in X 20 in acrylic on canvas NFS, $1000). Tell us about yourself. Who you are and what you do? What’s your background? How do you identify; is cultural identity at the […]

  • 28 Feb 16
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Artist Talk: Carolina Corona

    CAROLINA CORONA Works from the Invitational 2016 include La Fuente de la Vida (2015, acrylic on unstretched canvas, 56” x 22” NFS $1750) and El Rugir y el Impacto (2015, acrylic on unstretched canvas, 49” x 24” NFS $1750). Tell us about yourself. Who you are and what you do? What’s your background? How do you identify; is cultural identity […]

  • 28 Feb 16
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Artist Talk: Frank Woods

    FRANK WOODS Works from the Invitational 2016 include Salome with the Head of John the Baptist (2015, Acrylic on Canvas Board 16” x 20”, $475) and The Annunciation (2015, Acrylic on Canvas Board 11” x 14” NFS, $450). My name is Frank Woods. I am a professor of African American and African Diaspora Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I […]

  • 15 Feb 14
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Invitational 2014 – Courtney DeBerry

    Seventy times seven is the number associated with the amount of times we  are commanded by Jesus Christ to forgive. Each piece of this triptych represents a loved one who has forgiven me seventy times seven times. It is a work of gratitude for the thankless years they have invested. This piece was designed to […]

  • 15 Feb 14
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Invitational 2014 – Chantel Setzer

    According to Webster’s School Dictionary a symbol is something that stands for something else; esp: something concrete that represents or suggests another thing that cannot in itself be represented or visualized: Emblem <the cross is the symbol of Christianity>. Through abstract expressionism I use symbols such as shapes, colors, and numerical clusters on wood to […]

  • 15 Feb 14
    • AUTHOR Magalie Yacinthe
    • CATEGORY Blog

    Invitational 2014 – Leo Rucker

    Our next featured artist statement: Leo Rucker  Leo Rucker has dedicated his time and efforts over the past 25 years to developing and creating fine positive art in the Triad area. Working with many of the local arts program as well as Triad art organizations, to encourage and inspire young artists along with creative individuals […]